Peppered Turkey, Honey Ham and Green Pepper Sandwich

“This is a very yummy, very versatile sandwich. I love lettuce leaves on my sandwich, but I don't tend to buy lettuce by the head or bunch because I can't eat it fast enough before it goes bad. Sometimes I'll use the leaves from prepackaged lettuces or salad mixes. But all that aside, I love bell peppers; green, red, yellow, and orange. This sandwich was inspired by my hunger, what I had on hand, and my love of bell peppers. (At Subway, I'll have them add green peppers to my sub along with my other fixings. So I decided, duh, why not at home too?) I hope you enjoy this as much as I did. Feel free, thoiugh to mix and match other lunch meats, veggies and bread. Since this was what I had on hand, this is what I used.”
1 sandwich

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 2 slices multi-grain bread
  • 1 tablespoon mayonnaise (I used Best Foods Low Fat)
  • 2 slices peppered turkey breast (from the Deli counter)
  • 2 slices honey-roasted ham (from the Deli counter)
  • 14-12 green pepper, sliced thinly


  1. Spread mayo on both sides of bread.
  2. Lay the peppered turkey breast on one side, and the honey ham on the other.
  3. Lay thin strips of green pepper on one side (so when you close the sandwich the pepper is between the turkey and ham).
  4. Slice sandwich in half, if desired. A crunchy and refreshing change from lettuce!

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